and then the state said, wait a minute, that's a secure form of i.d., so if you want that you're going to have to have a certificate, birth certificate with a raised seal and three other forms of identification. well, that was a problem. so then the state said, okay, here is what we're going to do. we'll issue a new form of i.d. that's good only for voting, and they started to do that, but they said you could only get that if you couldn't qualify for the other forms. then they changed their mind on that. so what the judge finally said is, i think the state now has it about right, that it's easy to get this new form of i.d., but the problem, he says, is, number one, i can't be sure that there won't be more hurdles like those that have already popped up, and, number two, there just isn't enough time in order to get everybody who needs an i.d. one by election day, and so, martin, he concluded today that this is the way he put, it i'm still not convinced that there will be no voter disenfranchisement arising out of this new i.d. law, so, therefore, he's putting a hold on it for this election.